Manchester United, who are wrapped up in the race for a second place finish in the Premier League, welcomed rivals Chelsea to Old Trafford for a high-profile clash on Sunday afternoon. The Red Devils held a three point lead over the Blues, and headed into this game off the back of a shock 1-0 defeat
Jose Mourinho forecasts an “amazing” period for Manchester United as he prepares for a glut of home matches across various competitions. United host Chelsea in a key Premier League clash on Sunday to kick off a run of four home games in their next five fixtures. Mourinho’s men start March with a trip to Crystal
Manchester United will not sign Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal unless Henrikh Mkhitaryan agrees to move the other way, according to the Armenian’s agent Mino Raiola. United emerged as frontrunners for Sanchez’s signature last weekend with rivals Manchester City reportedly pulling out due to concerns over the finances of a move for the Chile international, whose
The Mirror understands that Manchester United are ready to offer David De Gea a contract for life. The Spain international moved to Old Trafford from Atletico Madrid in the summer of 2011 and he hes been long linked with a return to the Spanish capital with reigning La Liga and European champions Real big admirers.
Jamie Vardy is on Manchester United’s three-man striker shortlist for the January transfer window, according to the Mirror. The Leicester City forward, who has been previously linked with a move to Arsenal would command a fee of around £35m with former Red Devil Javier Hernandez an alternative, potentially cheaper option. The Mexico international moved to
Michael Carrick and Antonio Valencia both took part in training on Tuesday as Manchester United got their warm-weather preparations underway. Club captain Carrick, 36, has not featured for Jose Mourinho’s side since undergoing treatment for an irregular heart rhythm, which was first detected in September. Valencia, who has worn the armband for most of the
Premier League struggling contenders Manchester United are ready to further invest in their squad during January. Jose Mourinho has publicly revealed that all the summer transfer dealings are insufficient for Manchester United to be able to mount a more serious Premier League title challenge and is prepared to add more players during the winter market.
Manchester United’s faltering form over the Christmas period leaves them battling for a top-four spot in the Premier League, according to defender Phil Jones. Jose Mourinho’s side were held to a third consecutive draw when Saturday’s game against Southampton at Old Trafford finished goalless. United head into their New Year’s Day clash at Everton 15
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly initiated talks with Valencia for Spanish midfielder Carlos Soler and are looking to negotiate a £30m fee, according to the Metro. The Premier League giants are targeting Soler as the final piece in their midfield puzzle and the youngster is set to play alongside Paul Pogba and Nemanja
RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner admits he still harbours a dream of playing for Manchester United, the team he supported as a youngster. The Germany international has taken the Bundesliga by storm since joining Leipzig from Stuttgart in 2016 and has already scored five goals in six appearances this season. Liverpool and Barcelona are among